John Allison, Nicholas Anderson, Tim Ashley, Edward Bhesania, Agustín Blanco-Bazán, Richard Bratby, Henrietta Bredin, Geoff Brown, Antony Bye, Hugh Canning, Rupert Christiansen, Michael Church, Keith Clarke, Alexandra Coghlan, Clare Colvin, Antonia Couling, Della Couling, Martin Cullingford, Kimon Daltas, Guy Dammann, Clive Davis, Chris de Souza, Jessica Duchen, Rian Evans, Richard Fairman, John Fallas, Neil Fisher, Ian Fox, Rebecca Franks, Charlotte Gardner, Professor Christopher Green, David Gutman, George Hall, William Hartston, Ivan Hewett, Brian Hick, Amanda Holloway, Fiona Hook, Christian Hoskins, James Inverne, Erica Jeal, Dr Lucien Jenkins, Stephen Johnson, Rick Jones, Graeme Kay, Sir Nicholas Kenyon, Ashutosh Khandekar, Nick Kimberley, Alison Latham, Richard Lawrence, Robert Layton, Jonathan Lennie, Paul Levy, Fiona Maddocks, Bryan Magee, Helen Mendl-Schrama, Barry Millington, Kate Molleson, Christopher Morley, Bryce Morrison, Richard Morrison, Owen Mortimer, Geoffrey Norris, Meredith Oakes, Ashanti Omkar, Richard Osborne, Matthew Peacock, Gerhard Persche, Gavin Plumley, Stephanie Power, Claudia Pritchard, Stephen Pritchard, Mark Pullinger, Peter Quantrill, Peter Reed, Guy Rickards, Tim Rutherford-Johnson, Matthew Rye, Sebastian Scotney, Edward Seckerson, Hugo Shirley, Geoffrey Smith, Harriet Smith, Michael Tanner, Robert Thicknesse, Warwick Thompson, Igor Toronyi-Lalic, Mark Valencia, Helen Wallace, Kenneth Walton, Richard Whitehouse, Nicholas Williams, Hans-Theodor Wohlfahrt.
David Cairns, David Gillard, Robert L Henderson, Adrian Jack, Max Loppert, David Mellor, Diana McVeagh, Stephen Pettitt, Tom Sutcliffe, Stephen Walsh.
News & Reviews
Robert — ‘Bob’ — Layton, the celebrated musicologist, author and, for 31 years, a BBC Radio Producer, died on 9th November at the age of 90. He was a member of the Critics’ Circle from 1966. He contributed regularly to a wide variety of publications but as a critic...read more
For more than a hundred years, pianists have been doing battle in the seaside town of Hastings on the south coast of England. Originally, the competition featured local players in the context of a general music festival but eventually the keyboard section became...read more
Melancholy never seems far away from any concert these days, and the final celebratory piece aside, the English Concert gave us a Purcell programme to milk it. St John’s, completely cleared of furniture, the orchestra luxuriously spaced in the wide-open nave, a very...read more
The Music Section of the Critics’ Circle is delighted to announce the winners of our Annual Awards for 2019. The Lifetime Achievement Award is a special category, rather than an annual award, and is given here by the music section to a conductor whose career has had a...read more